But that's not the only exciting new feature coming to the platform.
Starting next month, Sky will be introducing additional features to improve the Sky Q experience. They won't all arrive at once, but be released progressively through over-the-air updates.
Sky plans to enhance the viewing experience with greater personalisation based on a household's viewing habits. And the Sky Q voice search functionality will also take them into account, understanding new phrases such as "show movies for me"?
A new widescreen user interface will debut. And those with 4K TVs will appreciate a doubling of the amount of Ultra HD movies and shows on offer - including the entire Spider-Man franchise. Sky claims it will host more than 1,000 hours of 4K content.
Sky Q is getting a dedicated Kids Mode so parents can ensure their children can only access the shows and films that are age appropriate. We imagine it to be a bit like the Kids section of Netflix.
Finally, you will be able to watch Sky Q programming on devices other than a Sky Q box, phone or tablet. Sky plans to introduce a Sky Q application for smart TVs and third-party streamers.
We're yet to find out how the latter will work and whether you will already need a Sky Q subscription or if you can take one just for the streaming service - like with Now TV. Last year, Sky did say that it will introduce an over-the-top Sky Q IP service for those without satellite dishes in 2018 - maybe this is it?
Either way, exciting times for the company as it dramatically expands its Sky Q experience and reach.